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Get Your Node on with Tropo and Node.js

Posted December 9, 2010 by Adam Kalsey
Node.js is a framework for writing server side JavaScript applications. This video will provide an overview of how you can use Node.js, Tunnlr and the Tropo Node.js module to quickly and easy create powerful, sophisticated multi-channel communication applications. Building communication apps in pure JavaScript has never been easier!Read More >>

New tropo-webapi-ruby Gem Released

Posted October 15, 2010 by Jason Goecke
We have just released the latest tropo-webapi-ruby v0.1.9 gem to RubyGems.org. This release includes the following updates: Fixed the start_recording so it does not require a 'name' parameter Aliased start_call_recording -> start_recording Aliased stop_call_recording -> stop_recording Fixes to the README Fixed the yardoc install The Tropo::Generator.parse method will now take a JSON string or a Read More >>

How-To: Sending an SMS using WebAPI

Posted September 10, 2010 by jdyer
Sending an SMS with WebAPI is quite simple, especially since we added the {message:} object to the API. To get started we'll need you to first create a WebAPI application in your Tropo account. Once you have set this up you will need to assign an SMS enabled phone number to the application, this part Read More >>